After Indonesia reaches a certain GDP-per-capita, its own companies would be subjected to progressively higher restrictions on pollution. At that point, Indonesian companies themselves would be paying companies in less developed nations (Laos, Rwanda) for the right to pollute.
That said a lot of the blame can be placed at the feet of “health food” trends that are not based on good science.
> This is no ordinary fire. It was lit for you.
> Farmers are clearing land the fastest way they know how to cash in on growing demand for palm oil, which is used in half of all supermarket products, from chocolate to shampoo.